The Form Wizard
By now, you've learned how to create a number of common forms. Access gives you one other way to build a form: using the Form wizard. The Form wizard has an uncanny similarity to the report wizard you used in Chapter 8. It asks you a series of questions and then builds a form to match. However, the questions are fairly rudimentary, and the form it builds is little more than a good starting point for further customization.
Here's how to put the Form wizard through its paces:
Choose Create â Forms â More Forms â Form Wizard.
The first step of the Form wizard appears.
From the drop-down list, choose the table you want to use.
In the Available Fields list, the wizard shows all the fields that are in your table.
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